Renting a car in Italy is an inexpensive pleasure, and almost any holder of an international driver’s license can rent a car, regardless of the existing driving experience. However, when planning a trip to Italy in a rented car, it is worthwhile to familiarize yourself with the rules of travel around the country in advance to avoid unpleasant situations.
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The amazingly beautiful Lake Garda, located in the north of Italy, is a favorite vacation spot for tourists from all over Europe. The southern part of the lake, whose area is 370 sq km, lies in the Padan Plain, the northern one is adjacent to the Alps. There are many places on Lake Garda that deserve attention - these are islands, resort towns, and amusement parks.
One of the most unusual cities in the world - Naples - surprises with its geographical location. It’s no joke - to settle in the shadow of an active volcano! True, thanks in large part to this volcano, the climate in Naples is much milder than in some other regions of Italy, the soil is more fertile, and tourists are more and more.
The distance from Milan to Genoa is about 140 km. They can be overcome in about 2 hours by train, bus or car - the difference will only be in price and travel conditions. In this article, you will learn about the main ways to get from Milan to Genoa and vice versa, as well as the pros and cons of each option.
One of the best ways to discover Italy is by train. Unlike some countries in Europe, Italy's rail service is organized like a clock, and therefore it can be a good alternative even for those travelers who are used to relying on a rented car.
Over the past year, a number of articles have appeared on BlogoItaliano to one degree or another affecting the subject of railways in Italy. That is why we can say that the time has come to collect all pieces of information together and try to write general material that will be useful to those "our" tourists who are not going to limit themselves to visiting one city in Italy, rich in sights.
Continuing the theme of rail travel, already partially discussed in the first part of this article, Italian Railways: what you should know about when going on a trip, today we will tell you where to look for train schedules in Italy and how to buy tickets for them. We will also touch on some features related to composting train tickets on the Apennines.
If you are planning to conquer Italy by train and are considering moving frequently, then this post can be very useful. After all, than paying for each ticket from point A to point B, it is much more economical to purchase a ticket and forget about problems with tickets for the duration of its validity. That is why today we will talk about the InterRail Italy Pass - a railway pass, which can become simply indispensable when planning a trip to the Apennines.
What to bring to Italy, and what can you do without? For experienced tourists, there is a motto - “Minimum luggage - maximum comfort”, and this, perhaps, needs to be followed. You should not take too many things with you: firstly, in your suitcases there should be a place for purchases that you make during the trip, and secondly, lifting weights is not a pleasant experience.
The railway connection on the Apennine Peninsula is well developed: the railway network covers all the key cities, and trains in Italy run on schedule, delays and delays are extremely rare. It should be noted that when planning a trip between the main cities of mainland Italy, most tourists prefer to travel by train: it is often more convenient and profitable.
Where is it better to look for train tickets in Italy and how to buy tickets at trenitalia.com so as not to spoil your own vacation and travel experience. Today BlogoItaliano will talk about little-known moments of the main railway site in Italy, the nuances that beginners often encounter, and how to get around them so that the trip goes as comfortably and safely as possible.
Ciampino Airport (official name: Giovanni Battista Pastine Airport, international code: CIA) is Rome's second largest airport, located 15 km southeast of the Italian capital. It was opened in 1916 and up to the 60s. of the last century was the only airport in the city with a passenger flow of over 2 million.
How to get from Bologna to Milan and from Milan to Bologna as quickly as possible, comfortable and profitable. BlogoItaliano continues a series of articles exploring various transportation options for travelers who plan to visit both cities. Traditionally, we will consider a train, car, plane and bus, and you will only have to choose the option that more closely reflects your travel style.
Of the most interesting cities in Italy, the capital of Tuscany is located closest to Rimini. It is not surprising that many of our "travelers" vacationing at the famous beach resort are wondering how best to get from Rimini to Florence in order to see firsthand one of the most beautiful and rich sights of European cities.
Resting in Rimini, it’s a sin not to give in to temptation and not to wind for a day or two to Venice. Moreover, the distance from Rimini to Venice in a straight line is just over 100 kilometers, and the transport infrastructure allows you to travel back and forth even within one day. You can do this by bus, train or rental car, and we will talk about which of these options is preferable in this article.
How you can travel much more often thanks to free airline tickets. We have gathered in one place all the useful information on how you can get a free ticket in order to save a lot of money on one of the next trips. It will be about bonus airline miles and how to save them much faster than 95% of travelers and use them even if you fly very rarely or don’t fly at all.
Trains are the fastest and most convenient way to travel for the most part of mainland Italy and even without discounts you will surely use them on your trip. But if you can easily and instantly save 10 Euros on tickets, then why not take advantage of this. This article will show you how to do it in 5 minutes.
If you plan a trip to Italy, then two cities that you should definitely put on the map of your route are Rome and Venice. Perhaps someone will object and also remember Florence, Milan or Naples, but this is my subjective opinion, and, as you know, they don’t argue about tastes. That is why, in continuation of the theme of travels in Italy, we decided to explore in detail the options for how to get from Rome to Venice or, if you like, from Venice to Rome.
The magnificent capital of Tuscany is perfect for a romantic trip - whether it is a honeymoon, a celebration of a memorable date or just a weekend that you want to spend with your soulmate. And so that the trip does not bring disappointment, we have made for you a selection of the most romantic hotels in the center of Florence.
Bonus: 35 Euro to travel to your account with Airbnb The first time I learned about Airbnb back in 2010, and since then I use the service regularly. Only in the last year I rented a house with it 9 times and finally decided to write my personal review on BlogoItaliano. I want to immediately note that I used Airbnb not only in Italy, not only as a guest, and not every time I paid for services from my own pocket - often the service itself paid for the owners with me.
The climate and weather in Rome are largely determined by the geographical position of the capital of Italy. Rome's subtropical Mediterranean climate implies long hot summers and mild, albeit rainy winters. As for frost and snowfall, in Rome even in winter they are more the exception than the rule.